French Exit is lovely in every way. It’s beautifully shot, wonderfully acted, magnificently scored, and thoughtfully written.
JoinedOctober 7, 2009
Surprisingly down to earth but marred by writing issues. Still, it's some of the best entertainment available currently.
A beautiful film that was made for those who can appreciate art and filmmaking.
A balanced sci-fi horror with tension, action, and an appetite for the unknown. It's fresh, but nothing outstanding.
Orland Bloom shines in this small film with a big message. It's three years after its original release, but perfectly times for the US.
A disappointing effort for a suspense thriller that should have been an easy success. The squandered opportunity is heartbreaking.
The right film at the right time, this story is unexpectedly timely during a period where America is losing its national identity as productive workers.
It has the Disney Pixar charm that audiences are expecting, but lack of focus and minor pacing issues keep the film from being truly memorable.
A too-short first act breaks the formula for this sci-fi horror that has all the parts for a successful film except a good story.
A decent attempt to fix a disjointed, if not outright broken trilogy. And yet, it could have been 30 minutes longer to be truly satisfying.